Our Relationship with the Medical Community

Our Relationship with the Medical Community

Partnering with the Medical Community

With an unwavering commitment to improving the health and well-being of children, the Ronald McDonald House of Danville relies on strong partnerships with the medical community – relationships that have been nurtured and grown since 1981. Our partnerships allow us to address health care needs for children and families through our Ronald McDonald House, Camp Dost and Ronald McDonald Family Room programs.

 

Our services are open to the medical community which consists of local hospitals and one of the most outstanding integrated health systems in the country.

 

Geisinger’s Janet Weis Children’s Hospital – one of the first rural academic facilities in our region – is committed to the care of children, providing top-notch pediatric services to children and teens.

 

Our medical community helps the House in a variety of ways, including being actively engaged as board members and providing space within the hospital for our Ronald McDonald Family Room.

 

It is this kind of critical support that allows us to expand our program capacity. Together, we are helping to change children’s lives.